Taos: Enchanting

Sunrise in Taos
Sunrise in Taos

Having travelled many hours via the Santa Fe Trail to get there, I admit, one day in Taos was not enough! Someday we’ll have to venture there again. A town full of artists, galleries, an abundance of restaurants, turquoise skies, adobe buildings, history, plus activities for skiers, hikers and campers. Saying that, I must say it was cold, dang cold…so it’s okay that our stay was brief. Next time will be in warmer weather. As brief as our stay was, hopefully through our lenses you can see the beauty we saw in Taos and the surrounding area.

Sanctuario of San Francisco de Asis
Sanctuario of San Francisco de Asis

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The West Rim Trail: the Rio Grande river is deep in the canyon
The West Rim Trail: the Rio Grande river is deep in the canyon

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Pups in trucks
Pups in trucks
Pups on roads; looks like Pitch only doubled
Pups on roads; looks like Pitch only doubled
Thanks for journeying with us through Taos
Thanks for journeying with us through Taos